Bigot (disambiguation)

Bigot (disambiguation)

Bigot can refer to:
*A bigot (in modern usage) is a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from their own or intolerant of people of different ethnicity, race, or class (see bigotry).

It is also a French surname:
* Eugène Bigot, conductor
* Paul Bigot
* François Bigot, Intendant of New France
* Guillaume Bigot (fr)
* Jacques Bigot (fr)

* "BIGOT" was a codeword for Operation Overlord, defining ultra top-secret clearance required to know details of the landing plans. Those with this knowledge were called "BIGOTed".

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